In 2018, a trio of 3D printing startup startups took to the crowdfunding world and raised over $3 million to produce 3D printed apparel for men.
The first-ever design studio, Blueprint, has just released a pair of new 3D-printed clothes for men in a number of sizes.
They’re designed to be worn in a variety of ways.
The designer duo, Robyn Siegel and Matt Burda, decided to design a pair with the idea of being able to easily adjust the sizing to match a man’s body type.
The designers said they wanted to create a pair that would be worn comfortably and easily.
To achieve that, the company has teamed up with a pair designer, Christian Lauer.
The pair has a wide range of sizes, ranging from small to large.
They are also made with a nylon and mesh fabric that is incredibly durable.
For this, the designers were able to use 3D printers to make the clothes in house.
To help them get the right size, they went with a custom 3D printer to make all the pieces that they used for the design.
While the pair are not exactly as comfortable as the standard size, the two have a nice fit and the overall look is very sleek.
For more on the design, check out the 3D Printing Industry Conference: Blueprint to Create the First 3d Printed Appliances.